What Types Of Sanitary Pumps Are There?

Publish Time: Author: Site Editor Visit: 33

A sanitary pump is a pump used to transport liquids with high sanitation requirements such as food, beverages, and medicines. The following are some common types of sanitary pumps:

1. **Sanitary Centrifugal Pump**: Liquid is thrown out of the pump by centrifugal force, and has the characteristics of large flow and high head.
2. **Positive displacement sanitary pump**: Such as plunger pumps, rotor pumps, etc., which transport liquids by volume changes. It has the ability of accurate metering and high-pressure delivery.
3. **Peristaltic pump**: It relies on rollers to squeeze the hose to transport liquids, and has the advantages of no leakage and no pollution.
4. **Diaphragm pump**: It uses the reciprocating motion of the diaphragm to suck in and discharge liquids, which is suitable for the transportation of corrosive liquids and high-viscosity liquids.
5. **Magnetic drive pump**: It transmits power through magnetic coupling, eliminating the risk of shaft seal leakage.
6. **Vortex pump**: It generates vortices through the rotation of the impeller to suck in and discharge liquids.
7. **Pipeline pump**: It is directly installed on the pipeline and is used to transport liquids in the pipeline.

When choosing a sanitary pump, it is necessary to determine the appropriate type based on the specific application and requirements. Important factors include flow rate, head, liquid properties, hygiene requirements, working environment, etc. In addition, the pump material, sealing method, easy cleaning and other characteristics should also be considered to ensure that it meets hygiene standards and meets production needs.

This site uses cookies

We use cookies to collect information about how you use this site. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve our services.